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Regis Korchinski-Paquet's family will talk to police watchdog

TORONTO — The family of the Toronto woman who fell to her death while police officers were in her home says it will schedule an interview with Ontario's police watchdog.

Privacy experts concerned about next stage of Ontario's reopening plan

Privacy experts are raising concerns about some of the guidance the Ontario government is offering to businesses on the verge of reopening under the next stage of the province's COVID-19 recovery plan.
Spike in COVID cases among agri-food workers in southwestern Ontario

Spike in COVID cases among agri-food workers in southwestern Ontario

TORONTO — COVID-19 cases among agri-food workers in Windsor-Essex have spiked this week, the Ontario region's top doctor said Wednesday, as a provincial effort to test all migrant workers for the virus ramped up.

Toronto cop suspended over criminal charges now accused of impaired driving

TORONTO — A Toronto police officer suspended from the force after allegedly using his position to try and collect a debt is now accused of speeding down a major highway while impaired. Const.
Quebec reports 52 new COVID-19 deaths; number of hospitalizations continues to drop

Quebec reports 52 new COVID-19 deaths; number of hospitalizations continues to drop

The federal government says it will continue helping Quebec manage COVID-19 outbreaks in the province's long-term care homes until the end of the summer, but what that help will look like remains unclear.

Shooting at memorial for slain Toronto rapper leaves two injured, one seriously

Toronto police say two men were shot at a memorial for a slain rapper. They say they received a call for shots fired around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday in the city's north end just hours after a funeral for Dimarjio Jenkins, who went by the name Houdini.
Ford gets tested for COVID-19 after education minister in contact with case

Ford gets tested for COVID-19 after education minister in contact with case

TORONTO — Premier Doug Ford got tested Wednesday for COVID-19, a day after his education minister came into contact with someone who was infected — despite the minister's test coming back negative.

Proposed law would undermine access to justice in Ontario, experts warn

TORONTO — A proposed legislation meant to modernize Ontario's justice system would actually undermine access to justice for the province's most vulnerable people, legal experts warned Wednesday during a public hearing on the bill.

Police say Quebec man in his 50s dead after being attacked by bull on his farm

MONTREAL — A man in his 50s is dead after being attacked by an angry bull at his farm in Quebec. Provincial police Sgt.
Canadian Paediatric Society calls on education ministries to allow graduations

Canadian Paediatric Society calls on education ministries to allow graduations

OTTAWA — The Canadian Paediatric Society is calling on education ministries to allow safe, in-person graduations for students to help give them closure and support after a challenging end to the school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.